I have been thinking about the Fairies returning to the gardens, now that the snow is starting to melt and the heads have fallen off the snowmen it is time to a little cleaning up around the yard and garden to attrack these ity bitties.
First the walls of the garden shed
These scary mud whasps might return so I'll pull them down.
This owl would frighten itself
I know HOP wanted to get into the RV just in case we left tomorrow without him.
And I have to wonder about this frightful looking thing to a Fairy. Someone should call the French Gardener to remove these awful looking things.
It certainly doesn't appear as soft a landing as this teal piece of seaglass I provided for this dragonfly to set her dainty little feet down onto.
I've been busy, putting some new items listed on Etsy.
Today we pack the RV and tomorrow we say good-bye to the grand-children and kids for another year. The time has gone by fast but so has the last 10 years now that I think of it. I'm trying to slow down the time by adding favourable things to my day like photography, fairy gardens, teaching the girls to knit, and occasionally joining in a blog party along the way.
Today please follow me while I visit Karen over at My Little Home and Garden where she is having a wonderful Sunlit Sunday.
Thank you for taking the time to visit today. I must say these past couple of weeks have been grand ones, I've met with new followers on Grow Your Blog, taught Makayla and Savannah how to knit, overcome Valentine's Day, and watched the sun come up and go down on the same day.
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